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, how did a man as fit as former president george w. bush end up in surgery? and trapped a terrifying day for superstar usher, his son caught under water by the powerful suction of the underwater swimming pool drain. >> my nephew was in the pool and he went and i couldn't get him. >> a warning for everyone in the summer season. >>> and a good evening to all of you. we begin with that worldwide terror alert. tonight america taking new action. the u.s. military evacuated americans out of the embassy in yemen and they are intensifying the hunt for the leaders of the terror plot. so does this mean the risk has increased tonight? abc's chief foreign affairs correspondent martha raddatz tells us what is happening right now. >> reporter: today a u.s. navy reconnaissance plane circled yemen's capital, scouring the streets and alley ways below searching for terrorist operatives behind a plan u.s. intelligence believes involves a strike on the u.s. embassy or other western targets with explosive trucks. craig, a freelance journalist in the city described the eyes in the sky. >> it was buzzing f
fala. objecting, he said -- >> the libelous statements about my dog. >> reporter: george bush and the scottish terrier he loved. his dad's springer spaniel in her mind for foreign policy. >> my dog millie knows more about foreign affairs than these two bozos. >> reporter: of course we'll hear about harry truman having said, "if you want a friend in washington get a dog." in general, white house canines have known their place but some have gone to the wild side like bush's barner getting annoyed at a reporter once. >> pete once tore a pant leg off the french ambassador that got him banned from the white house. also disruptive, lbj signing a meat inspection bill and up hops yuki. comeuppance perhaps for a president who hoisted his beagles like this. so why do we care sunny? well, you're the dog of a president now. and dogs make presidents more human. >> a note before we go. there is a rare blue moon tonight. you won't see one again until 2015. send us your pictures. thanks for watching. we'll see you right here tomorrow night. >>> next at 6:00 thousands of lightning strikes and
president calls. >> george bush is on the phone. >> hello? >> mr. president? >> reporter: that's h.w. bush. he had seen the speech, too. >> i really was proud of you. my golly, i know it was tough. i just wanted to tell you that. >> reporter: this time nixon sounds anxious to wrap up. >> this is going to come through good and a lot of people are rooting for you. >> all right, boy. good of you to call. >> reporter: the tapes themselves would spell the end of nixon in office, despite what ron old reagan said when they wrapped up that night. >> this, too, shall pass. >> reporter: it did not. jon donvan, abc news, washington. >>> still ahead right here on "world news," new ways to protect your family home from thieves and the time of day burglars are most likely to strike. >>> and a young boy, a big wish and the superstar who made it happen, america strong tonight. wish and the superstar who made it happen, america strong tonight. [ whispering ] shhh. it's only a dream. and we have home insurance. but if we made a claim, our rate would go up... [ whispering ] shhh. you did it right. you have a
is not over. diane? >> thank you. now we want to bring everyone up to date on the health of former george w. bush who was released from the hospital in dallas today one day after receiving a stent to clear a blocked artery. thele famously fit president who likes epic bike trips was told to take it easy for a day, but he can resume a normal schedule tomorrow. >>> now tonight an abc news exclusive, the lone survivor of a tragedy we all followed together is speaking out for the first time. those 19 young firefighters, the elite hot shot team were killed in june, trapped by the fast moving inferno in arizona. abc's chief investigative reporter brian ross sat down with the only member of that team to get out alive. >> reporter: as the wildfires spread across a rocky hillside in yarnell, arizona, there is was no immediate sense of impending danger according to the first public account by the lone survivor, 21-year-old brendan mcdonald. >> everything seemed normal, not threatening, just a typical day going direct on a fire. >> reporter: all 20 members of a team called the granite mountain hot shot
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